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Summer Legal Research Handbook   Tags: general legal research, legal research tips  

Resources and tips for conducting legal research during the summer.
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This guide is intended to provide law students with resources, explanations, and tips for conducting legal research during the summer. Lawyers researching in an unfamiliar area of law may also find the contents of the guide useful.

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